Came across a report from the Employee Benefit Research Institute that shows Toledo's Metro Statistical Area (MSA) non-elderly healthcare coverage is among the best at 92.8%. And according to the chart, this is the best coverage out of the major metro areas (7.2% uninsured rate). Will this spell the end any more discussion on the City's contribution to CareNet? While the MSA includes Monroe County MI, and the larger Toledo area, it is still pretty good.
An interesting note:
NOTE: Census Bureau 2007 Data Update — On March 23, 2007, the U.S. Census Bureau issued new data revising its 2004 and 2005 health insurance coverage estimates, reducing the estimated number of Americans without health insurance by nearly 2 million people. The bureau said the inflated numbers were due to a 12-year-old computer programming error. The revised estimates show that 44.8 million people (or 15.3 percent of the population) were without health insurance in 2005; the original estimate was 46.6 million (or about 15.9 percent of the population).
a. Total / b. Employment-based Coverage Total / c. Employment-based Coverage Own / d. Employment-based Coverage name Dependent / e. Individually Purchased / f. Total Public / g. Medicaid / h. No Insurance
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Employee Benefit Research Institute:
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